Kansas is known for its severe weather conditions, and hail storms are one of the most destructive natural phenomena that residents of the state have to contend with. Between 2018 and the present, Kansas has experienced some of the most significant hailstorms in recent years. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at the Kansas hail storms that have occurred during this period.
The first major hailstorm to hit Kansas in this period occurred in May 2018. The storm was so intense that it caused extensive damage to homes, vehicles, and crops. Some areas reported hailstones as large as baseballs. The damage was estimated to be in the millions of dollars, and it took weeks for residents to clean up and make repairs.
Another significant hailstorm occurred in June 2019. The storm caused extensive damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles in the Kansas City area. Some residents reported hailstones as large as softballs. The National Weather Service issued severe thunderstorm warnings and advised residents to stay indoors until the storm passed.
In May 2020, a hailstorm hit Wichita and caused extensive damage to homes and vehicles. The storm produced hailstones as large as baseballs, and many residents reported shattered windows and dented roofs. The damage was so severe that it took weeks for residents to make repairs, and many had to file insurance claims.
In April 2021, a hailstorm hit the town of Solomon, Kansas, causing widespread damage to homes and vehicles. The storm produced hailstones as large as tennis balls and caused power outages in some areas. The hail also damaged crops, causing concern among farmers who were already struggling due to drought conditions.
In summary, Kansas has experienced some of the most significant hailstorms in recent years between 2018 and the present. These storms have caused extensive damage to homes, vehicles, and crops, and residents have had to contend with the aftermath of the storms for weeks and even months. It’s important for Kansas residents to take necessary precautions during severe weather conditions, such as staying indoors and protecting their property.
If your home has sustained hail, your roof may have damage that is eligible for repair at no out-of-pocket cost. Having a free roof inspection is the easiest way to ensure your roof is properly protecting your home, and it is the best way to have an expert advocate for you, the homeowner. We do this by working with the insurance companies and communicating with them in the terms that they need to provide the proper and maximum payout per the homeowner’s insurance policy.
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